[Update: This was confirmed in an announcement by Sony with a trailer for the PlayStation Plus titles of November 2018]
Another winter day, another leak. The official PlayStation Blog has perhaps accidentally revealed, ahead of schedule, the November PlayStation Plus games headlining on PS4 for November 2018. Some have questioned whether or not Sony should compensate SEGA and Gearbox for having the information leak out early, speculating that it could have affected sales.
There’s no evidence of such an issue at this time, however it’s important to note that Sony does plan out these PS Plus game giveaways months in advance with publishers and will be paying an amount that depends on the amount of downloads which occur during the PS Plus period for this game.
Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition
Containing all add-on content as well as new content, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition launched for PS4 and Xbox One last year. This title is a tongue-in-cheek take on the action / shooter genres with Polish development studio People Can Fly at the helm back in 2011 under Epic Games guidance for release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 under EA Games. Cliff Bleszinski is credited for executive producing and designing Bulletstorm with Gearbox Software now the owners of this IP. During the game’s initial weeks many gamers and enthusiast as well as press seemingly found Bulletstorm to be enjoyable but perhaps not quite the next big blockbuster title. If you have never tried it, now is a great time. A special, one of a kind combat system is featured in the game with special moves, floor sliding, shotguns, galore.
Kiwami is Japanese for Extreme and in this case Extreme signifies the complete edition of the 2005 PlayStation 2 game Yakuza as it was remade into Yakuza Kiwami in Japan and brought to its definitive version on the PlayStation 3 and PS4 in 2016. When the game came to the states last year, fans and newcomers alike fell in love all over again. Some of the game’s strong points include storytelling, character development, action combat system based on true martial arts, and a massive assortment of mini-games, and more. It is sometimes said that the Yakuza series is a spiritual successor of Shenmue, albeit with more of a focused experience rather than the sprawling open world nature of its Dreamcast inspiration.